Pro Tips with Aaron Schumacher, Meta

About this event

Join us for a chat with Aaron Schumacher, Staff Data Scientist at Meta. Learn about his journey working at one of the world’s largest tech companies, and what you should know if you’d like to do the same. Be sure to check out the rest of this week’s livestreams for pro tips from experts at OpenAI, GitHub, and more!

About our guest:

Aaron Schumacher is a Research Data Scientist at Meta. Formerly senior data scientist and software engineer for Deep Learning Analytics, now part of General Dynamics Mission Systems (GDMS). Taught with Python and R for General Assembly and the Metis data science bootcamp. Worked with data at Booz Allen Hamilton, New York University, and the New York City Department of Education. Studied mathematics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and teaching mathematics at Bard College.

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